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Multiple Kid Session

 
royboy79
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Jul 02, 2009 20:33 |  #1

This past weekend I had the opportunity to take photos of multiple families, and each had a couple of kids. It was my first time doing a multiple family session and I didn't realize how hard it was to manage the time with each family and to make sure I balanced my time evenly with each of them. Overall, I think it went well, and these are a just a few shots of the kids from the day.

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Jul 02, 2009 21:48 |  #2

really like 2:)


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Jul 02, 2009 23:24 |  #3

I liked the framing and angle of three.


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Jul 03, 2009 10:20 |  #4

Very nice. I'm not like #2s pping. Her skin looks really ashy and contrasty IMHO. Really like #4...it's cute!




  
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Jul 04, 2009 07:41 |  #5

Nice.
I don't like 2-4 for the postwork.

Also on the 2-3 major attention on the burned area will be better.

I think the first is the better and if you cut a little on the bottom on the frame probably even better.




  
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